The Burmese dissident says she has "great confidence" that the U.S. support will continue.
He says lawmakers can't expect him "to stand by with a broken system in perpetuity."
In recruiting programmers from elite universities, Wall Street runs up against the idea that Silicon Valley is the technological promised land. NYT reports.
Investors breathed a sigh of relief on Friday, as data revealed that the euro zone economy grew more than expected in the third quarter.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver called on Congress to pass legislation that would let states legalize and regulate sports betting across the U.S.
It's another sharp-elbowed move.
Many big donors consider him a risky political investment.
Only three business sectors matter to the Kremlin, and the West is hard-pressed for new ways to penalize any of them.
There's good news for the dining-out industry: jobs creation is improving, lower gas prices and seats are filling up at restaurants.
A major collaboration between Pfizer and several global aid groups is aiming to provide financing to make a new version of an injectable contraceptive, the NYT reports.
A surgeon infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone will be flown to the University of Nebraska Medical Center for treatment.
A dramatic fall in the price of oil in recent months shows no signs of ending, according to the IEA.
The owner of the satirical news site the Onion is looking at a possible sale, according to a Bloomberg report.
Starbucks' tax deal with Dutch authorities may be illegal state aid, European Union antitrust regulators said on Friday.
A tweet or phone call could be the answer to containing the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, according to mobile researchers .
The Islamic State of Iraq has declared plans to mint its own money. The FT reports.
President Obama will announce as soon as next week a broad overhaul of the nation's immigration enforcement system. The NYT reports.
Following deep losses in the midterm elections, President Obama has flexed his muscles on climate change, immigration and Internet neutrality.
An Ebola patient in Sierra Leone will be transported to a hospital on Saturday if he is healthy enough to make the trip, hospital officials said.
Gun-rights advocates are criticizing the Buffalo police commissioner who said last week that his department will start enforcing a little-known state law that enables law enforcement to take guns from residents who died and had pistol permits.